Last May, the International Energy Agency (IEA) published a review of Finland's current state of energy policies. Naturally, we at YES-Europe Finland were particularly interested in this and together we decided to condense the content of the report into a slightly smaller form, as well as highlight interesting observations and results from the IEA's review.
The hydrogen economy has attracted interest before, but previous booms have not been enough for a major hydrogen breakthrough. It would seem that now, if ever, is the time for hydrogen to find a permanent role in the changing energy sector. Finland aims to achieve its ambitious goal of carbon neutrality by 2035 and, like other countries, to take advantage of the opportunities in the growing hydrogen industry.